Sponsors of Leadership Academy of Madison County at Class of 2017 graduation

Sponsor Leadership Academy of Madison County

Be a part of something great

We believe that in every individual there is the heart of a leader. Each year a select group of individuals participate in a life-changing leadership journey. Through the Leadership Academy of Madison County and the Youth Leadership Academy, participants develop their personal missions and build individual leadership skills. They come to understand themselves, team dynamics, and community issues more fully. But more than this, they learn to how to collaborate ... to come together and discover shared gifts and talents. And they graduate with the knowledge and passion to build consensus and to work toward solving the problems of our communities.

Out of a group of individuals grows a driving force for change ... an energized, grassroots network of servant leaders who will continue to work together build a strong, vibrant future for Madison County.

“We have made at least a start on discovering the meaning of human life when we plant shade trees under which we know full well we will never sit.”  -D. Elton Trueblood

Help plant the seeds of servant leadership

The Leadership Academy of Madison County and the Youth Leadership Academy rely on the generous support of community sponsors to sustain the programs that build the foundation of servant leadership in Madison County. We look to you,  business leaders, corporate executives, and community-minded individuals, and ask you to invest in leadership education.



What Sponsors Say about LAMC 

"St. Vincent Anderson Regional has been honored to be a major sponsor of Leadership Academy for many years. We recognize the importance of building culture that leverages creativity, encourages teamwork, and fosters innovation. Leadership Academy teaches these skills and educates students about our community and opportunities for service. To continue moving forward, our community needs inspired leaders with a passion for community service, the ability to build and sustain trusted relationships, and knowledge of how to get things done. By supporting Leadership Acadmey, we support the growth of leaders and the success of our community." - Tom VanOsdol, former President, St.Vincent Anderson Regional (LAMC '97)

"Anderson University has enjoyed a long history of partnership with the Leadership Academy of Madison County. Many withing the university are graduates of the academy who have, in turn, continued to use what they learned through LAMC in service across the community and the county." - Chris Williams, Director of Communications and Community Relations, Anderson University (LAMC '09)

"I've been a Madison County resident my entire life and had been working in Anderson for more than 20 years when I attended Leadership Academy. Because of that, I didn't expect to learn so many new things about our community from the Leadership Academy experience. I am so impressed with the Leadership Academy curriculum. It helps students begin to think about our comunity in a different way, teaches them how to work together in teams, inspires collaboration, and demonstrates how they can personally make a difference. Leadership Academy helps build stronger leaders and a stronger community." - Marlene Carey, Regional Marketing Officer, St.Vincent Northeast Region (LAMC '08)

"The employees of Community Hospital Anderson strive to be active participants in -- and advocates for -- the community, as well as exemplary communicators with our patients, families, and each other. LAMC gives us the tools and resources needed to turn these ideals into a culture that benefits CHA both internally and externally." - Beth Tharp, President & CEO, Community Hospital Anderson (LAMC '06) and Tom Bannon, VP & Chief Foundation Officer, Community Hospital Anderson (LAMC '96)

"Leadership Academy of Madison County is a wonderful program that our company has supported and which we encourage our employees and community members to consider. LAMC nurtures the leaders of tomorrow, teaches principles that increase individuals' opportunities to influence the world, and encourages a life of service. We have seen lives transformed through this program, and we couldn't be more excited about how this organization is moving Madison County forward." - The Gaither Music Company Executive Staff

"The Leadership Academy of Madison County is an outstanding resource that builds leaders ready to serve in both the community and in their respective businesses. The principles of servant leadership are central to sustaining the sense of community that makes the Anderson and Madison County area strong and vibrant." - Jahnae Erpenback, former VP & General Manager of Gaming, Hoosier Park Racing & Casino (LAMC '09)

"LAMC is all about bringing out the leadership that is already there within. Without servant leadership, our communities die ... literally. That is why the Madison County Chamber continues to cheerlead and sponsor this inspiring program." - Kyle Morey, President & CEO, Madison County Chamber


Legacy & Trustee Program Sponsors